Digital Account Director

  • Auckland

This is an excellent senior level client manager role with a global digital agency. You will have proven experience across the Account Management core competencies and have the senior level strategic leadership skills, confident to run high tier accounts, work closely with the wider management team.

In this role you will act as an advisor and partner to the client at a senior brand manager and marketing / category director level and will have developed a keen ability for managing a diverse client base with multi discipline projects across the agency matrix.

You will identify and create opportunities that add value to the clients’ business and to the agency. Strong project management, project definition, scope management, risk management and team management are all required.

Responsibilities of the role include strategic account planning, leadership, the ability to lead complex conversations and having an excellent day to day client service ability and relationship building skills.

If you are looking for an outstanding opportunity to join a team of passionate account services professional, in an award-winning agency environment – send your cv to Charlotte Bicknell at The Creative Store, email charlotte@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call Charlotte at The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.

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